Archive for the 'Mobile phones' Category

Jul 01 2014

Push a file to your Smartphone

This is a quick tip. If you need to push a notification to your smartphone, or even send a file, I recently stumbled upon "Pushbullet". I was looking for a solution to send a file (with automatic download) to my phone, via bash script on my raspberry pi. I've been using pushover for a while, […]

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Jan 29 2013

A Creative way to bypass Pattern lock on Android

Published by under Android,Mobile phones,Solutions

Let me start putting everything on the table – this post will describe how I eventually managed to unlock an unrooted, non-Google account linked Samsung Galaxy Mini Plus (GT-5570I) device without ADB support. There are a lot of guides on how to bypass this pattern lock on Android (and I will provide some links), but […]

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Nov 03 2011

Android Market's apps compatibility problem [w/ solution]

Published by under Android,Solutions

WOW That was annoying! From the moment I started using a custom ROM on my Samsung Galaxy S2 (Cognition S2, to be exact), I started having issues with some apps. Sometimes they won't appear in search results, other times it will just say it's not compatible. It drove me nuts! Naturally I started with the […]

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Oct 17 2011

Android frame animation revisited [w/ code]

So, been working hard on my projects, and discovered some interesting things in Android possibilities for frame animation. Last time I was using an HTML approach, because of memory consumption issues with using ImageViews. However now my approach is using View.onDraw(Canvas) to draw BMPs straight off files, in an asynchronous way, and it seems to […]

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Jun 14 2011

Number Saver gets a new look

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Number Saver (Android App) gets a new look

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Feb 07 2011

Some things I learned about Android's Frame animation

Hi Just a quick share of lessons learned about Android's Frame-by-Frame animations. Some of the functionality is poorly documented, as many people point out, so the web is the only place for answers. Having looked for some answers to these questions and couldn't find any - here's what I found out myself. Update [2/3/11]: A […]

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Nov 28 2010

Reading contacts in Android 2.0+

On one of my Android apps, I added a trivial option to select a contact from the phone's contact list. This was working fine until SDK version 5, which changed the way the contacts are represented in the phone's SQLite database. It is using the "newer" class called ContactsContract instead of the deprecated People class […]

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Oct 27 2010

An Android solution for listening to online radio while multitasking

Android + Yourmuze.fm + Dolphin Browser HD + XiiaLive = WIN It's been a while since I've posted anything in the blog… Sorry for that… very busy times. I had a lot of ideas of what my "comeback post" should be about, but I knew I had to share one of my relatively recent discoveries […]

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Oct 07 2010

OpenCV2.1 on Android quickey with Haar object detection [w/ code]

Hi! Long time no post... MIT is kicking my ass with work. But it was amazing to come back to so many comments with people anxious to get OpenCV going mobile! Anyway, just wanted to share my work on object detection using OpenCV2.1 on the Android.

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Feb 27 2010

iPhone OS 3.x Raw data of camera frames

Hi All It looks like it's finally here - a way to grab the raw data of the camera frames on the iPhone OS 3.x. Update: Apple officially supports this in iOS 4.x using AVFoundation, here's sample code from Apple developer. A gifted hacker named John DeWeese was nice enough to comment on a post […]

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